VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jun 1, 2010 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jun 1, 2010
Cover Story
7 steps to a profitable behavior program
By Wayne Hunthausen, DVM
Behavior services preserve your clients' bonds with pets and generate revenue.
Checking in
The latest contributor to Veterinary Economics: You!
By Kristi Reimer, Editor
We're on the lookout for user-generated content.
Practice Management Q&A
Q&A: How to market your practice to low-income clients
By Karyn Gavzer, MBA, CVPM
How can we market our services to clients in a low-income area?
Q&A: When to tell your boss that you're leaving
By Karl Salzsieder, DVM, JD
I plan on leaving my job as an associate. How much notice should I give?
Practice Tips
Pummel parasites with educational posters
Don't just tell clients about the threat—show them.
Give clients a prize for booking appointments
Make clients feel like winners—and get them to book a wellness exam in the process.
Lead by following up with phone calls to clients
By Bob Levoy
Checking up on your patients can strengthen your bond between with clients—and keep your patients healthy.
Be on high alert for online reviews
By Jan Miller
Use this handy tool to keep track of who's saying what about your practice.
Save money by making your own laundry detergent
Tired of shelling out cash for name-brand soap every month? Make your own, and you could save hundreds of dollars each year.
Cover Story
Jumping design hurdles
By Sarah Moser
Setbacks slowed construction for this California practice but made the building better in the end.
Legal Ease
When the lights go out
By Phil Seibert, CVT
Lightning strikes. Darkness falls. Can team members see to walk your halls?
Q&A: The pros and cons of surveillance cameras
Should my practice install video surveillance cameras?
Growth Center
Sevoflurane: Is it time to switch?
This anesthetic agent can improve patient experience, boost client compliance.
Click & Copy
Client handout: Watch for heart problems
Breeds like King Charles Cavaliers are prone to heart problems. Use this form to inform pet owners about it.
Practice Finances
My clients are worth what?
By Denise Tumblin, CPA
Your veterinary clients have surprisingly little worth when it comes to selling your practice, but they're absolutely priceless on a personal level.
"I Survived!"
I survived a veterinary practice merger
By Donald Henry, DVM, MBA
We experienced headaches, setbacks, and eventually practice success.
Managing Smart
Making ownership pay
By Mark Opperman, CVPM
The Four Tier compensation formula accounts for partners' unique contributions to the practice.
The Four Tier compensation formula at work
By Mark Opperman, CVPM
Here's how the three owners of practice are paid.
Hot Button
Reward your all-star clients
By Andrew Rollo, DVM
They may be tiresome, but high-maintenance high rollers are worth the price.

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